According to newly released court records, investigators seized a number of items from the home of a man suspected of killing four University of Idaho college students.
While applying for the search warrant, investigators believed that he may have left evidence of the brutal crime that took place in the early morning hours of Nov. 13, inside his home.
It's related. A University of Idaho suspect is believed to have sent a series of messages to victims on social media.
Using footage from his suspected vehicle and phone records, investigators believe that he returned to his own home at 1630 NE Valley Rd. In Pullman, Washington, there was a quadruple homicide.
Madison Mogen, Xana Kernodle, and Kaylee Goncalves are related.
Blood, hair, and skin cells from the victims, as well as the dog, are likely to have been on his person at that time. It is possible that some trace evidence was transferred to the apartment through contact with the items worn during the attack.
They also seized a collection of dark red spots and two pieces of furniture that appeared to be stained with a reddish/brown stain.
Bryan Kohberger, who is accused of killing four University of Idaho students, is going to be extradited to the US.
There was a top and bottom mattress cover at the home.
They did not take any weapons from the apartment.
CNN reports that the search warrant doesn't describe any items that may have been taken from the office.
The teen killed his whole family. To get his hands on the construction business.
According to an affidavit in the case obtained by Oxygen.com, police found blood on a knife sheath left on Mogen's bed, which was the scene of the murders.
The couple were found with stab wounds on the second floor of the home.
Two other roommates, including one who chillingly recounted seeing a masked man inside the home, were not hurt in the attack.
Evidence shows that the victims may have been followed before they died.
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He was placed in the area of the King Road home on at least twelve occasions prior to November 13, 2022, according to the affidavit.
A source close to the investigation told People that he followed the three female victims on the social media platform and messaged one directly before her death.
Police have not given a reason for the killings.
He was taken into custody at his parents home in Pennsylvania, where he had traveled to spend winter break. He was extradited to Idaho to face four counts of first-degree murder.
He hasn't entered a plea yet.
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